Several good reasons colluded and presented Fabrizio Viani with no other option – grab two willing teammates and head to Italy. The Giro was starting on the family homes doorstep and a two-wheeled road trip to follow the action could then begin.
Bright colours and crazy shaped tubing had arrived. Straight-laced British frames were out and the new Italian glitz was en vogue. A young Mike Mooney was completely sold.
By Euan McGrath, 13 May 2015 | Comments (3)
It’s a sonic celebration, pre or post effort, for all heroic evening rouleurs. Or maybe solo Sunday spanner sessions in the garage or round the barbie, post ride, with friends. Enjoy our Summer cycling soundtrack. Mixed by Euan McGrath
Sarah Marsden has a new friend. And she’s been shown a new way to explore her native Yorkshire using some of the most beautiful roads in the UK. There’s a new crowd too. And despite nerdy talk of gearing and groupsets this one feels like it will grow and grow.
Standing on a roadside to watch pro cycling is great! It’s free and afterwards you can ride the course and see just how rubbish you are compared to pros. Just don’t get too close says David Dunnico
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